Obstructive sleep apnea affects 18 million Americans. Less than half find relief from current therapy options. Cleveland Clinic now offers Inspire® therapy, a new approach which effectively works with the patient’s natural physiology.
Fewer than half of patients with obstructive sleep apnea stick with CPAP for 3 years, exposing them to serious sequelae. A new airway-stimulating device, implanted on an outpatient basis, is a tolerable alternative to CPAP
Three-quarters of a sample of obese kids had at least one obesity-related comorbidity, and nearly half had two or more comorbidities. Check out these and other insights from the clinic’s early research initiatives.
A large retrospective analysis at Cleveland Clinic found that positive airway pressure therapy appears to produce beneficial effects on seizures in adults with epilepsy and obstructive sleep apnea.